College Junior 2013-08-29T07:50:53Z
Parking permits at Southern Adventist University are very reasonable. I have not experienced having a car on campus, but many of my friends have and I have heard of no complaints. Students do not actually need a car on campus that badly, unless maybe they work off campus, or would like to attend church off campus. There are weekly trips to a local Wal-Mart scheduled for students that are free. I've never seen parking at the dorms run out, but parking by your building for class may become an issue every now and then.
College Senior 2013-08-11T22:20:07Z
The cost for the yearly pass is high and the parking is really spread out. It's not bad to find a spot, but you might have to walk a ways.
College Senior 2013-06-27T14:49:43Z
The parking here isn't great. Each year more students come and the lots stay the same--no room or it's far from your destination. The female residence parking lots are bigger than the male's lots but both are equally crowded. The male lot however is designated to only the back of the dorm which means there's a longer walk to get to the dorm. Parking near the school buildings is over crowded too and most students have to walk across campus to not waste time looking for spaces at the next area. Receiving a parking ticket ridiculously puts a hold on your other school accounts, such as renting books, cameras, and even use of the school computers.
College Junior 2013-05-16T00:08:08Z
Moderate amount of parking. On-campus there's very little need for your own car, a bike at most. But you DO need a car to go into Ooltewah or Chattanooga for shopping/dinner/movies/etc.
College Junior 2013-04-16T12:28:15Z
Parking is pretty reasonable, except for morning classes. Be sure to get there somewhat early to claim and spot, and don't move the car throughout the day because there won't be many spots available!
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